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Monday 15 November 2021

"At least students can now feel safe in schools, but more needs to be done,"

"At least students can now feel safe in schools, but more needs to be done,"

By: Mohamed Abdulkadir Said, Save the Children Area Representative, Puntland, Somalia

 

Wednesday 27 October 2021

Fadumo can now feed her children thanks to the support from the European Union

Fadumo, a 37-year-old mother of seven, fled with her seven children from Mogadishu to Galkayo due to insecurity in 2007.  She owned a small shop that provided income for her, and her family and she was also able to pay her children's school fees. Fadumo did not expect to lose her business and end up in an Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp.

Thursday 19 August 2021

Climate change continues to uproot families: personal reflections from the Baidoa IDP camps, Somalia

 

By Mowlid Mudan, Deputy Head of Advocacy, Campaigns, Commnications and Media

“I used to worry that we might starve to death when all our livestock died. Inadequate rains and droughts caused our farms to dry. There was no longer green pasture for our goats and all of them have died as a result.” – Shamsa*, 14, from Baidoa, Somalia.

Monday 19 July 2021

MY MEMORABLE VISIT TO HAFUN, PUNTLAND, AFTER 15 YEARS

MY MEMORABLE VISIT TO HAFUN, PUNTLAND, AFTER 15 YEARS

Binyam Gebru, Deputy Director of Development and Quality for Save the Children in Somalia

Friday 11 June 2021

Save the Children welcomes the approval of the anti-FGM bill in Puntland

11.06.2021, Garowe, Puntland-- Save the Children congratulates the government and the people of Puntland on approving the anti- Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) bill as a key step towards a full ban on female genital mutilation in the region. 

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